The hint of copper trim around the edges provides a subtle beauty, and it really feels like the Nokia 7.1 has been created to accessorize with whichever outfit you're wearing.
Featuring dual-anodized diamond-cut edges, Nokia 7.1 comes in two colors - Midnight Blue and Steel. They are claimed to have a playback time of 10 hours on a single charge, and come with a built-in vibration function that alerts the user of incoming calls and other notifications. While the Nokia 7 never made it to India, we got hold of the Nokia 7.1 Plus that for Rs 25,999 did well for its segment. HMD is yet to announce its India availability, but considering the company is hosting an event on October 11 in India, we expect the Nokia 7.1 to be announced for the country next week. The new Nokia 7.1 follows the same design language as the X.1-series smartphones like the Nokia 5.1 Plus, and Nokia 6.1 Plus. Much like its name implies, this is supposed to be a higher-end alternative to the recently introduced and value-oriented Nokia 6.1 which was created to serve as yet another reliable daily driver capable of delivering consistent performance in virtually every scenario.
The first thing you'll notice is how compact the Nokia 7.1 feels. The smartphone also supports HDR10 content. Still, it's a little odd to see an inclusion of an old-generation processor inside the Nokia 7.1. Nokia's flagship phones, the Nokia 8 and Nokia 8 Sirocco are also getting Pie, but not until next month. It's paired with 3GB/4GB of RAM, and 32GB/64GB of internal storage with support for microSD cards of up to 400GB.
Notably, the new Nokia phone gets a dual camera setup with Zeiss-branded lenses, something that was missing on the 6.1 Plus.
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At the backside of the smartphone, the Nokia 7.1 is equipped with two cameras, a main 12MP, F/1.8 one and another 5MP monochrome one that would be used for depth-sensing information. For selfies, the phone relies on its 8MP f/2.0 front camera.
The Nokia 7.1's highlight is its display. Nokia has also added the Pro Camera, allowing you to fiddle with advanced settings when taking an image - and updated its dual capture "Bothie" mode to offer additional customization over your live streams.
Not to forget, this is also one of the very few phones in 2018 to be running on Android Pie version. The phone is also ARCore certified and will be able to run thousands of AR apps in the Play Store. The handset uses a 3,060mAh cell rechargeable via a USB Type-C (2.0) port.
Looking at everything it offers, the Nokia 7.1 offers a compelling mid-range experience at an attractive price point.
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